This video proves that ISIS infiltrated PH since 2015 but Aquino did nothing to stop it

Since December 2015, the ISIS has been releasing videos showing a training camp, endurance exercises of the new recruits and pledging loya...

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Since December 2015, the ISIS has been releasing videos showing a training camp, endurance exercises of the new recruits and pledging loyalty to the jihadist group ISIS in a forested area in the Philippines. Daily Mail UK, a newsworthy international media, stated that the ISIS commanders were encouraging Filipino trainees to travel to Syria then exposed the terror camp in the Philippines. A series of videos were released by the jihadi group yet Aquino’s administration seems to ignore the said propaganda. The videos also expose the recruits who pledges their allegiance to the ISIS. Former President Benigno Aquino III said before that there is no imminent credible terrorist threat in the Philippines. “Is there a credible threat? Is there an identified threat? None. Is there a general threat? Yes. We are not immune to the problem of extremism,” said Aquino. Colonel Restituto Padilla said that they are just “mere gangs” who rides on the ISIS’ popularity. It was also reported that ISIS followers have killed 289 people since April 2015. Last May 23, 2017 Maute group, another group who pledged allegiance to ISIS, attacked Marawi City.

 Check out photos below:

A small group of recruits, each wearing similar black clothing and masks, are shown climbing up rope ladders, crawling under barbed wire and practicing with weapons. Photo by Daily Mail


Recruits are forced to crawl under a fence of barbed wire as a commander lets off occasional gunshots. Photo by DailyMail


The Philippines has become the latest ISIS target for expansion after the jihadi group released its first propaganda video showing a jihadi training camp in the Filipino jungle. Photo from Daily Mail Watch related video footage below that shows alleged ISIS group training camp in the Philippines. Video was released last 2015.


 


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